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The pattern is a lattice of arabesques containing a symmetrically placed and balanced stylized plant motif.

A metal thread-embroidered velvet Panel Northern India, circa 1900 the blue velvet ground profusely embroidered with silver and gold thread with a flowering plant with two perching peacocks, beneath the plant a pool and two stalks 110 x 48 cm.

An Indian gilt embroidered panel metal thread embroidered velvet panel, Northern India, circa 1900

Robe à la Française  Date:     ca. 1760 Culture:     British Medium:     silk

The chief characteristic of eighteenth-century women's dress is the rigid encasement of the upper body by means of a corset that configures the torso. Light, elaborately patterned fabrics are pinned or anchored loosely to this understructure

Textile with Animals and Birds Date: ca. 1250–1300 Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, metal thread (with painted reconstruction) Accession Number: 07.178

Culture: Italian Medium: Silk, metal thread Dimensions: Overall (with painted reconstruction): 17 × 9 in. × cm) Right fragment: 17 × 4 in. × cm) Left fragment: 10 × 2 in. × cm) Storage (Mat): 27 × 17 in.

Antique Italian Textile.One of the great masterpieces of mid 15th century Italian cut velvet. Antique cut Velvet with Gold thread the pattern unit measures about 77x28.5cm Mid 15th Century. Associated with Mehmet IV

One of the great masterpieces of mid century Italian cut velvet. Antique cut Velvet with Gold thread the pattern unit measures about Mid Century. Associated with Mehmet IV

Velluto tagliato operato ad un corpo, brocato Venezia, ultimo quarto sec. XV   Firenze, Museo Nazionale del Bargello.

ca length of unused fabric: cut brocaded silk velvet, Made in Venice…

Fortuny Interiors (Kindle Edition) by Brian Coleman, Erik Kvalsvik Manufactured in Venice, Italy, textiles by Fortuny have established the standard of quality and excellence for a hundred years. For walls, sofas, pillows, draperies, bed coverings, tablecloths, and even napkins, the sumptuous art of Fortuny textiles has been decorating old world and new world homes for generations.

Fortuny Interiors (Kindle Edition) by Brian Coleman, Erik Kvalsvik Manufactured in Venice, Italy.

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